Item description for Cup of Death (Choose Your Own Adventure: Classic #13) by Shannon Gilligan & Suzanne Nugent...
Overview When a valuable tea bowl is stolen from Ura Senke, the Japanese tea ceremony school, the reader sets out to recover the missing treasure, encountering the vicious Yakuza, kidnapping, and other deadly perils in this multiple-plot tale.
Publishers Description You live with your family in the Japanese city of Kyoto. Your best friend calls you and tells you that a national treasure has been stolen. It is a tea bowl called Yukisoo. Your list of possible suspects includes high-ranking politicians, socialites, the Mafia, and a housekeeper. With such a long list, your search will be difficult, but this tea bowl is worth more than money can buy What would you do if? ? one of your suspects insisted the bowl he had was a fake? Would you believe him and free him? Or would you leave him tied up and take the bowl? What would you do if? ? the kidnapper guarding you fell asleep? Would you steal his weapon and try to escape? Or would taking it be too risky? What would you do if? ? you felt you were being followed by two men in a dark car? Would you make a break for it? Or would you pretend to make a call and check them out more closely? YOU choose what happens next
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 0.25" Width: 4.25" Height: 6.75" Weight: 0.2 lbs.
Release Date Jan 30, 2007
ISBN 1933390700 ISBN13 9781933390703
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More About Shannon Gilligan & Suzanne Nugent
SHANNON GILLIGAN is a well-known creator of interactive narrative games for the computer. She has spoken about interactive narrative and game design at conferences in Japan, Europe and the United States. Gilligan got her start in this field by writing for the Choose Your Own Adventure?? series in the 1980s. Her books and games have sold several million copies around the world. She graduated from Williams College in 1981 and lives in Warren, Vermont with her husband R. A. Montgomery and her extended family. She returns to Asia at least once a year. Gilligan harbors a secret ambition to write a cookbook.